We Have Multiple Programs
For Your Family!
Check out the details and apply below!
Are you looking for Parenting Support?
Early Head Start is a FREE program for low-income families with infants and toddlers. It provides comprehensive developmental services for children and social services for their families. Early Head Start also offers educational, social, medical, dental, nutritional, and mental health services, along with parent involvement activities for families. This program includes:
- Weekly Home Visits
- On-Site Child Care
- Parenting Classes
- Nutrition Classes
- Father/Child Activities
- And much more!
“It’s great to know that someone is there to help. And everyone at Kids On The Move was very willing.
Because of the support from the program, I know my kids and I can have a better future.”
Brandon and Elizabeth’s Mom
Are you concerned about your child’s development?
Each child develops differently and sometimes it’s hard to tell when you should be concerned. Most differences are nothing to worry about, but in some children the differences can signal a need for Early Intervention. We provide FREE developmental assessments. Eligible children will receive services at little or no cost. Services include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Hearing and Vision Assessment
- Nursing Visits
- Nutrition and Parent Training Classes
“While working with the different specialists at KOTM, we were able to see that Taylor just needed to be taught in different ways. We feel like we have been given the tools and support needed to raise our son. With the guidance we have received, we can help Taylor enter into this world.”
Are you looking for Autism support?
Our Autism Center is designed specifically for parents and children living with Autism Spectrum Disorders or similar developmental delays.
- KOTM Accepts Most Insurances, as well as Medicaid!
- Social Groups
- ABA Classes
- Home Visits
- Diagnostic Assessments
- Parent University Courses
“Logan is a very active and curious kid who just happens to have a speech delay. Not that you’d know it, since he’s attended the Autism Center at Kids On The Move. In fact, where he once only repeated what he heard, he now talks non-stop in his own words. “And we love it.””